In this Tech Tip by Brownells, gun tech Steve Ostrem explains the differences between commercial and mil-spec buffer tubes.
This video demonstrates in detail how to properly remove and install a trigger into an AR-15/M16.
A wrap up to the Brownells Reloading Series. This segment addresses regularly asked questions.
A step by step demonstration of how to load a bottle neck cartridge.
A step by step explanation of how to load straight wall cartridges.
The tools needed for loading modern rifle and pistol ammunition.
This segment explains the concept of "headspace" and the sequence of events inside the chamber when the cartridge is fired.
An overview of the components that make up a modern metallic cartridge.
An overview for reloading safely.
An introduction to the Brownells Reloading Series.
Part 1 of this Introduction to reloading series, hosted by Bill Gravatt, discusses the benefits of full length resizing.
Part 2 of this introduction to reloading series, hosted by Bill Gravatt, explains how to set up a die.
Using spray finishes on your firearm can provide greater protection from the elements, fulfill a specific purpose like turkey or waterfowl hunting, and/or make additional accessories better match your gun’s finish.
Read & Follow These Instructions
Thought we'd share a simple cheat sheet to fit your slide and frame on your next 1911 build.
STEP ONE: Remove the hammer spring assembly from the firearm.
To do this, you cock the lever, and on the forward end of the hammer strut there is a hole exposed, just forward of the hammer spring retaining washer.
Short article explaining different generations of Mossberg slide tubes
Explanation about different generations of Ruger single action revolvers.
A short descriptions about the Mini-30 bore
Explanation of different generations of Citoris
A short article explaining differences in commonly replaced parts
Brief explanation of different kinds of choke tubes
Article giving tips to improve .22 short cycling issues.
Explanation of various different generations of the Ithaca Model 37